Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1931 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1931
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It is easy to secure a *»n through this company and easy t» pay back. Just one small nav- ment a month. Ask about our Payment Extension ""n which PBOTECTS YOU when '• or unemployed. A 8TBICTLY CONFIDENTIAL 8EBVICE WHICH SEBYES See CUNNINGHAM & LACY ** Phone 698 Representing FBDBBAJL FINANCE CO. •Vbnrtr MORE FARMERS CHANGE HOMES NEAR FENTON Fenton, Mar. 12—The Mansngers Cylinder, moved to the B. D. Weis brod farm, and the Alfred Jensens from the W. F. Stigman farm to a farm near Cylinder; the George Slems family to their own farm, vacated by August Sorenson; the latter to the former Siems place! Herman Hlntz, Good Hope, to the Mrs H. H. Mlttag farm, Mre. Hlntz being a daughter of Mrs. Mlttag, who has moved to Fenton; Ervin Huskamp to the old W. C. Stamer farm, vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, who have bought a Swea City restaurant; John Fuhr to the Herman Krause farm, vacated by the Ed Ohms, who have moved to a farm north of town. Emmet Schools Head Sneaks— A meeting of the Parent-Teachei association was held at the schoo building last week Tuesday evening and the following program was given; piano solo, Leona Borchardt; reading, The Last Leaf; Lily Rasmussen; music by Rhythm band : first and second grades; address, Marie Sorum, Emmet county superintendent; instrumental music, Ruth Humphrey. Virginia Frank. After a business session refreshments were served in the basement with the schools faculty as hosts and hostesses. $25 Sent to Indian Girl— The Standard Bearers met last week Monday night at Margaret Stephenson,s, and a program was given: piano, Margaret Stephenson, reading, Nettie Welsbrod; letter read by the local counsellor, Mrs. E. A. Wolsbrod from Mrs. D. P. Smith, district counsellor. It was voted to send a ?S5 scholarship fee for a native girl student in India. Lily Rasmussen had charge of the program, and a social hour followed, after which a two-course lunch was served. Missionary Society Hears Program— The Methodist missionary society met last Thursday at the church, with Mrs. Mike Welsbrod and Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod hostesses. Mrs. Phillip 'Weisbrod was in charge of devotionals; Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, o£ the lesson. A paper was read, So cial Creed, by Mrs. O. J. Stephenson paper, Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod; letter from Gertrude Becker, Indiana song, quartette; piano duet, Margaret Stephenson, Virginia Frank Lunch was served. Methodist Orchestra Gives Concert— The'first appearance of the Methodist orchestra took place at the church Sunday evening under the direction of Martha Gilbert. Talks were given by A. H. Meyers, Influence of the Church in a Community; O. J. Stephenson, What I Would Do I£ I Were Pastor of this Church; and Philip Weisbrod, Resuonsibility of a Church Member. The Aid helped as choir. lluskes Hosts at Family Dinner— Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske entertained at family dinner Sunday Mrs. Ruske's mother, Mrs. L. J. Olson, and the Hauger Flinks, Spencer, Mrs. Robert Morris, Des Moinee, her daughter Aletha Joy, and the Doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ruske. Mrs. Olson, and the Morris- es, remained for a week's visit. Nine Attend Federation Meeting— Among Fenton women who attended a county federated club meeting at Lakota last week Tuesday were Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, W. J. Welsbrod, Elmer Weisbrod, A. H. Meyers, O. H. Graham, E. A. Weisbrod, J. T. Snyder, C. H. Geronsin, and H. C. Lindsey. Hospital Patient Comes Home- Mr, and Mrs. George Boettcher's daughter Laura, who had been at the university hospital since early December and underwent an operation for mastoiditis there, came home Friday. Quilting Bee at Mrs. Wddel's— Mrs. H. H. Wlddel entertained at a quilting bee Friday. Attending were Mesdames P. H. Jensen, W. R Wolfe, R. C. Goetsch, Charles Weisbrod, J. T. Walte, and Harry Haase, Surprise for Frances Bailey— A birthday surprise bridge party was given at Frank Bailey's Friday evening in honor of Frances Bailey Lucille Anderson, Brltt, was an out- of-town guewt. Newel Essex Coucli Burned- Charles Newel's Essex coach was destroyed by fire a few days ago at a point four miles north of town while Mr. Newel was returning from Ringsted. Other Fenton News. The H. P. Weisbrods, Mrs. Kate Newel, Margie Kleinheksel, and Lily Rasmussen drove to Hartley Sunday, and the Weisbrods were guests at Le Roy Newel's. Misses Kleinheksel and Rasmussen were met there by a brother of the former, and thence went to Archer to visit Miss Kleinheksel's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby entertained at "500" Friday night. Mrs John Dempsey and John Schallln won the high scores; Mrs. F. J. Mc*""'* J ~~ Geronein the Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larson entertained at 500 Friday night. The high scores were won by Mrs. Otto Hanson and Paul Saxton; low by Mrs. . J. Huskamp and Hans Baago Marlon Losse, Clifford Spencer, and Lyle Gregg, of Lake City, spent Sunday at the Methodist parsonage. Marion is Mrs. Snyder's brother. Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson, teacher at Ledyard, spent the week-end with her husband and his parents Mr and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. Vivian Glaus, employed at Attorney Johnston's, Estherville, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Glaus Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hlgglne, Es- hervllle, visited from Saturday afternoon until Monday afternoon at <-. G. Humphrey's. Mrs. Mary Olson, of David, arrived fit iimnl. 1lr_ .a _ - _ - - • **•* . , av, a last week Wednesday for an ex- w^ W. Newel. - With her Daughter, Mrs. .h Schultes went Sunday with Mrs. Schulte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Formals. Gaylord, Mrs. W. V. Yager entertained her bridge club Saturday. The high Scenes and Persons in the Current Newt Members of the exclusive Congressional club of Washington sewing garments to be distributed by the Red Cross to drought sufferers. 2—Cnpt. Mal«-.lm Campbell of England climbing out of the Bluebird II in which he set a world record of 245.73 miles' an hour at Daytona Beach, Fla. 8—Admiral J. V. Chase, commander in chief of the combined United States fleets, who is directing the war maneuvers In Panama waters.. score was won by Mre. O. H. Graham. The Clarence Wegeners and E. k. Johnsons were guests at the parental Henry Wegener'e at Algona Sunday. Leonard Warner, Ledyard, was an over-Sunday guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Henry Warner. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller drove to Kanawha Friday for a few days visit with their son L. B. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod went to Llv- ermoro Saturday to serve as judge at a farmers' institute. The Jacob Zwreifels spent Sunday at Edw. Zweifel's, Titonka. Leke Radtke, Calmar, spent Saturday at E. C. Welsbrod's. A, GROSENBACH IS NAMED ON SEXTON BOARD Sexton, Mar. 10—There was no school Monday afternoon as it was election day. There were two candidates for director to succeed Roy Wadleigh, who has moved away. Tony Seller and Albert Grosenbach were the candidates, and Mr. Grosenbach was elected. The Grosen- bachs'now Jive on the Dutton farm, vacated by the Wadleighs. McMalions Are Chunking 1 Homes— Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon have moved their household goods • and livestock to their former farm at the west edge of town, but are not living there yet. The kitchen chimney had to be rebuilt, and Jacob Weaver is doing the work. The farm is owned by an insurance company at Des Moines. Some new fence will be strung this spring. The barn and other buildings were rebuilt last spring. New Girl for John Millers- Mr, and Mrs. John Miller are parents of a new girl, born last week Wednesday, the third child. There are two other girls. The Millers came back from Mason City recently, and John is working for his father, Alex Miller, near Lu Verne, but the family lives here. Mrs. Miller and the children are at present with Mrs. Miller's mother, but will shortly move to the village. Mrs. Miller was a Smith girl. Harrises Are Grandparents Again- Marie Harris spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Homer Anderson, Algona. Mr. and Mre. Anderson are parents of a new boy, Richard Le Roy, born Saturday afternoon. Mrs. E. N. Taylor, Algona, is caring for Mrs. Anderson and the baby. Pactz Infant Daughter Sick— Caroline Jean, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, has been seriously sick with flu-pneumonia. Doctor Andrewe, Algona, attended, and she Is somewhat improved now Choir Practices for Festival— The Sexton choir went to Algona Sunday afternoon to practice for a music festival this week Tuesday night at the Algona Methodist church. Other Sexton. Mary Harris resumed work at the telephone office at Algona Monday morning, after an absence of several weeks while she was taking her mother's place at the local postof flee. The Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon with Mrs. G. B. Wise at the home of her daughter- in-law, Mrs. Strother Wise, a mile east of Sexton. Mrs. Ray Olsen has been seriously sick with flu-pneumonia, but Is improving. She was under a doctor's care for several days. The baby is now sick. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutchara, now of Clear Lake, took dinner last week Wednesday with Mr. Kutchara's mother, Mrs. William Kutchara. The Charles Amans spent Saturday at Mason City. C. N. Beisch managed the elevator while Mr. Aman was away. Mrs. Laurence Hansen, Wesley, is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Paaley was sick last week with flu-pneumonia. Mrs. James Carroll entertained a cousin from Pontiac, 111., last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. G. B. Wise and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield have been sick with the flu. ] She's a New Kind of Farmerette Elinor Link of-Los Angeles Is America's new kind of farmerette. She is "hired man" to her father, Carl Link, of the Los Angeles Alll- | gator farm. Elinor Is well acquainted with the "gators comprising her i father's collection and to show her lack of fear of the huge reptiles, takes a walk with a mature one. TlftMIKA PAIR WED MARCH 11: PLAN TO FARM Titonka, Mar. 10 — Flora Franzen thd Melndert tfllman were married nt 3 o'clock •; last, week Wednesday afternoon at the American Lutheran, htirch, the Rev. A. Kllllan, pastor f the church, performing the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of gray flat crepe with veil to match, and carried a bouquet of white carnations and roses. She was attendr ,d by Emma Rode, who wore a dress jf green chiffon and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The beet man .was Minert -Pannkuk. The bride s a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Franzen. Mr. Ullman emigrated rom Germany a few years ago and Has 1 been employed on a farm since his arrival. They are going to live on the Frank Franzen farm. The Franzens have not yet decided where they will live. Indians Lose to Dolllver—. . At the basketball tournament held at Buffalo Center Friday night Titonka lost to DolHver, 36-14. In a second 'game, Swea City lost to Lake Mills, 15-16, and the third game resulted In a victory for Buffalo Cen- :er, 32-8, over Forest City. Among Tltonklans present were Fay Rolf- eema, Mrs. Carrie Torgerson, Evon Winter, Margaret Callles, Alice Gartner, Lois Helfner, Helen Beed Mr. and Mrs. William Boyken, Mr and Mrs. Miller Nelson, and also 12 of the basketball boys. Ten Attend league Rally— A Methodist Epworth League rally was -held at Lu Verne last week Tuesday night, with representatives from Burt, Sexton, and Algona, and :he following from Titonka in at:endance: Bernlce,. Myrtle, Harley Arlo and" Kenneth' Larson, Violet Slack) Minnie Kennedy, the Rev. L G. Gartner, Ruth and Harold Gartner, and_ Helen Beed. Games were Jlayed and a'home talent program was, presented. There was a large attendance. Kuchenreuthers to Budlong Farm— A week ago the Lynn Kuchenreu- thers moved to the Budlong farm southwest of town where Fred Jennings formerly lived. The Jay Bud- longs then moved on their ewn farm southwest of .town. They had re decorated their home before moving The A. L. Pierces moved from Al gona Into the residence that thi Jay Budlongs formerly occupied. Wed at Little Brown~Churcli_ Anna. Heesch and William Swyte were married last week' W«dnesdaj at the Little Brown church nea Nashua, by the Rev. H. W. Schoen lein. Amanda Heesch, a sister o the bride, witnessed the ceremony The couple will be at home soon on the Frank H, Meyer farm, east o town. SENECA TEAM PLAYS WELL IN STATE TILT Seneca, Mar. 10 — Seneca's basketball boys took part in a state sectional tournament at Plover Friday and Saturday, and made a good showing. .When it was discovered that Bradgate was to be the local team's opponent in the first round the prospect looked bad for the Sen- ecane. However, this proved to be a demonstration of why experts get baldheaded, for Seneca completely outplayed Bradgate and by a wider margin than the 19-18 score indicates. In a second game against Des Moines township, there was almost another upset. Seneca played a better game than before in the first half, but in the second something went wrong, and Des Moines township caught up, finally nosing Seneca out, 30-29. Dee Moines township was the second best team in Pocahontas county this year, and in the tournament went through to the finals, playing Mallard. Seneca made a better showing than anyone here had hoped for, and with a few favorable breaks, would have gone to the finals Saturday night. This closed the season for the locals, who did well, circumstances considered, with nine games won and nine lost. This was after predictions at the beginning of the season that they would not win 26 per cent of their games. Next year does not look good for Seneca, as five out of eight boys on this year's string will be lost. Marie Sorum Gives Address _ Marie Sorum, Emmet county superintendent, and Euphemia Peterson, nurse, accompanied by the J. H. Jensens, attended a Parent-Teacher meeting at Fenton last week Tuesday evening, and Mies Sorum gave an address. Misses Sorum and Peterson were supper guests that evening of the Jensens. , Miss Sorum had visited the Ringsted schools that day, and Miss Peterson, who is field representative for the Iowa Tuberculosis association, Js spending six weeks examining school children In Emmet county. This association is supported by the sale of Christmas Seals. Miss Sorum is a former teacher of Mrs. Jensen. . Jorgenson Children In Reunion— Mrs. J. H. Jensen has been at her brother Kilmer Jorgenson's at Hake since last week Wednesday. Mr. Jensen and the son Teddy were Sunday dinner guests of the Jorgensons, and Mrs. jenson came home with them. Mrs. Jensen also visited the Joseph AoderexHiB, who recently moved from Seneca to the Rake vl cinity. Mrs. Jensen's sister, Mrs. E R. Erdahl, Blue Earth, and her fam ily were also Sunday dinner guests of the Jorgensons. Pauline Oeborn Back to School— The John Osborns drove to Mason City Sunday to take their daughter Pauline, who has 'been doing I. S. T C. practice teaching there, that far on her way back to Cedar Falls where she will complete her two year college course in teaching. Shi expects to be graduated in June. Mrs. Thompson Memory Honored— The Willing Workers met at Mrs S. O. Sande's Saturday afternoon. It was voted to donate $5 to missions In memory of Mrs. C. M. Thompson who recently died. Girls' Tourney at Bancroft- There will be a girls' sectiona basketball tourney at Bancroft this week Friday and Saturday. Seneca will play Graettinger. Other Seneca N«ws The Arthur Muellers have moved from the Charles Newel farm to th parental William Mueller horn farm which Arthur will operate partnership with his younger broth er Lester. Three couples attended an alum inumware demonstration at J. H Jensen's last week Monday even ing. Oliver Stow, Hurt, gave the demonstration. Fred Brown and J. H, Jensen at tended an all-day Farm Outlook meeting at Ernmeteburg last Thurs day. Professor Galloway, Ames spoke.' Neil Osborn, who works in . Charles City creamery, drove horn Sunday for a few days at the par ental William Osborn home. in NOTICE OF PBOBATE OF WTO No. 8483. State of Iowa, Kossuth County, «_ In District Court, March term, 1931 To All Whom It May Concern: Tou are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament o Julia Strom, deceased, dated .July 12, 1930, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 8th day of April, 1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said county or the Clerk of said Court, and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why aald instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 9, 1931* (Seal.) ClARKORTQN, Clerk, of District Court. By CJ^ARA REYNOUJS, ' Deputy. 35.28 Cousin of Edith Budlong ,Dics— Edith Budlong drove to Waterlo Friday afternoon to attend the fun eral of her' cousin, Mrs. Otis Bud long. Miss Crone, teacher of th fourth grade here, accompanied he as far as Hampton, where she spen the week-end with her parents. li. B. Larson Birthday Observed— A number of close relatives ffat ered at the L. B. Larson home Sun day afternoon to celebrate Mr. Lar son's birthday. Other Titonfia News. Mrs. Roy Budlong, accompanlet by her father, William Stoutenberg Burt, drove to Mason City Friday t visit Mre. Budlong's sister, Mrs Harold Jones, who has been in th hospital there for several weeks Mrs. Jones had a major operation week ago. Carl and Margaret Callies drove t Mason City Saturday to bring horn their mother, Mrs. Ed Callies, thei sister Irene, and their brother Her bert, all of whom have been visltln relatives in Mason City for the pas week. Carl and Margaret -Callies drov to Mason City last week Tuesday t visit their mother, Mrs. Edward Ca lies, their brother Herbert, and the. sister Irene, who are visiting rela tlves in Mason City. The Anton Holcombs, Hanlon town, were Sunday guests of the E A. Rachuts Sunday. They have tw sons, Paul and Russell. Kermit Larson l( who is working i Iowa Falls, drove 1 home Saturda afternoon to spend the week-en with His parents. Donations are Wanted. Mrs. w. W. Baldwin desires t hear from someone wiling to con tribute a few dry groceries for widow and six children at Holl Springs, Miss. The woman is Baptist. LotU Creek Supt. Mueller, Fort Dodge, visl ed the local Evangelical Luthera school last week Wednesday was here all day, Mr. and Mrs, William Buss ar parents of a girl, and the .Thee dore Pompes have a new boy ^° A , lbert Potr »tz sale last wee Wednesday was a success. Adrlas Peterson, teacher at th Alex Radlg school, spent the wee end with her parents at Algona. A surprise farewell partv " H - w Sunda « H « night. Mrs. Mittag is moving t Fenton. wher e she recently purchas ^Q a home. Joh an B^ C ? rdt J? arty was & v «n at Seegebarth's Sunday evening, 600 was played at five tables. A 600 card party of four table of young people took place at th Richard Potratz home Friday ning Hilda Potrats and won the high scores; Clarence Two children were baptised Sun Luther *n Church, ^ eeBabar th. working a Podge, spent Sunday 'with he parents, Mr. and Mra . John Seegt barth _Th« children of th 6 District No Ernest Lu.edtk 6 's Friday afternoon Wd inspected many Varieties £ «ects, birds , animate, etc., which J2, E E t AutomobileTire Given AW Q{I International Chick Mftsh, fler 100 Ibs. ft . International Chick Feed, ho corn, loo Ibs ''" Fancy box Apples — .t— ,^^^ Potatoes, Idaho Russets, per bti. Picnic Hams, per Ib, _»- *.„. and bile -He Every dozen eggs, every dollar cash left I store tor merchandise dr on account is conniL ° w this contest, which, starts Friday, March 1 , red M closes Saturday^March 21jVat 9 p. m. 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